At a time when public trust in health officials, politicians and media is eroding, a worldwide coalition of health-focused organisations and civil society groups has come together under one umbrella.
As you’re likely well aware, since the emergence of Covid-19, scientific and media censorship has reached unprecedented proportions. This coordinated ‘crackdown’ on ‘disinformation’ has stifled scientific debate and steered the pandemic narrative onto a path it cannot seem to veer from without risking a complete loss of credibility. It reminds me of a giant snowball accelerating downhill, crushing what we once took for granted, i.e., our civil liberties, our trust in our institutions, our sense of knowing intuitively what is wrong and right for our own health.
There are, of course, plenty of experts who ‘dare’ to point out the illusory nature of what mainstream media are consistently portraying as ‘scientific consensus’. If you’ve been lucky enough to catch their ideas before they’ve been censored and smeared, you have likely picked up on the deep sense of frustration many of us share over how our colleagues and once-respected scientific institutions appear to have abandoned the once guiding scientific principles of “respect for the integrity of knowledge, collegiality, honesty, objectivity, and openness”.
It begs the question: Are the current endeavours to research and develop treatments purely based on philanthropy or are there other, less wholesome interests at play?
During the Florida Covid Summit in October 2021, my friend Dr Pierre Kory, pulmonary and critical care physician and president of the Frontline Covid-19 Critical Care Alliance, remarked that health agencies “are largely driven by external financial interests, making sure that the solution to the pandemic is profitable”. Vaccines and novel drugs are indeed profitable. Repurposed early treatments are not. Meanwhile, it has become impossible for ordinary people to navigate their way through this impenetrable forest of conflicting narratives and, at times, rather counterintuitive health guidance.
In response to the growing need for clarity and guidance, so that individuals and front-line medical professionals can make the best health and treatment decisions, the World Council for Health (WCH) was born. The council is an umbrella organization driven forward by multiple front-line health and welfare organizations from around the globe. It is entirely publicly funded to ensure that it remains free from conflicts of interest and pharmaceutical industry ties. The Steering Committee comprises international experts in health, science, and law.
A steadily evolving list of partner organizations in science, medical, legal, and community skills features groups such as the Alliance for Natural Health (UK), the Canadian Covid Care Alliance, and Transformative Health Justice (South Africa). The public is invited to observe the council’s General Assembly Meeting every Monday live in the WCH Newsroom where new Coalition Partners are introduced and lasting connections are made. The council invites organisations from around the world to join our over 130 partnered organizations so that together we can elevate our voices and create a better future.
Fundamentally, the WCH takes a principled ethical stand to be free of influence from governments and corporations. Personal empowerment is at the core of the WCH’s mission. Indeed, when it comes to health and wellbeing, individuals, families, and parents should take it upon themselves to feel empowered, not held in fear and dependence on institutions that have so far failed to broaden public health knowledge and sense-making through science and shared wisdom. In stark contrast to the constant stream of alarming messages fed to the public by governments and other institutions, the WCH aims to offer much hope. By providing people with the information they need and desire to take charge of their health, the World Council for Health intends to drive out the prevailing climate of uncertainty and fear.
The council believes in a healthy world, where everyone enjoys information transparency, access to proven medicines, and real action in the face of disease – while respecting each individual’s personal health decisions, without fear of discrimination or persecution. The council’s five values speak for themselves: Freedom, Community, Integrity, Transparency, and Empowerment.
The WCH’s stance on the current Covid vaccines is measured and robustly evidence-based. At one of the WCH’s live-streamed weekly meetings, Idaho-based dermatologist and pathologist Dr Ryan Cole declared: “I’m not anti-vaccines I am pro-good science”. Good science can only thrive in an environment that allows for the free exchange of ideas and scientific hypotheses. The WCH aims to provide just that.
The council’s website features a growing number of essential health resources, from guides on the risks and benefits of face masks for children, the importance of informed consent, to guidance for healthy mothers and babies, and whether children need to be vaccinated against Covid-19. Our most read and shared content to date includes the downloadable free PDF Early Covid-19 Treatment Guide and the Spike Protein Detox Guide.
I encourage you to visit the council’s website, observe a live General Assembly Meeting, and take a look at the valuable resources the council provides. I also invite you to support this growing initiative. The WCH is informed and funded by the people, for the people. As such, one-time and monthly donations from supporters are integral to its success and growth potential.
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Stay tuned for a post about a very important project recently launched by the World Council for Health…